With the harsh summer months rolling by, your office will need to be a cooling and comfortable space for your employees, to continue work with ease.
The heat from sunlight, UV radiation, and glare can affect your employees’ productivity and may even damage your office furniture and equipment. Closing the blinds and turning up the HVAC is one way to tackle this problem, but there’s another alternative—window films.
Professional window tinting involves having window films applied to your office, helping regulate the temperature in your office, increasing privacy, and strengthening your windows against break-ins.
Now, professional window tinting services can be costly and for a business, saving money is important. A DIY job may seem tempting, especially if you want to cut costs, but the result may not be as polished as you’d like it, so enlisting professionals for the job is a good idea.
Let’s take a look at what the professionals will bring to the table:
They know which films will suit your needs
Deciding on the type of window film you want will be tricky when a commercial building is involved. A commercial building may have many levels, each being home to different departments.
Each level of the building may have a different need; for example, the first floor is more likely to have break-ins, so the windows there need security window films while the main office floor gets too hot and has glare, which can be countered by heat-blocking window tint.
Professionals can identify problems related to different parts of the building and will install the appropriate window film.
They pick the ideal shade for your office
Aside from productivity, a commercial building’s aesthetic appeal is important. Customers and potential business partners may form an opinion about your business based on how the building looks.
Window tinting will affect the look of your office, not just its windows, but also the way light coming into the office makes the interior look. Having too much shade will also allow less natural light in.
Professionals can set you up with shades that complement the overall design of your office and they will know the right amount of shading the windows should have.
They guarantee quality tinting
When picking out the perfect window films for your office, you might not be familiar with the quality of the brands of films; inadvertently installing low-quality films will turn into a loss for your company.
High-quality films are the only kind of film professional window tinting services will use. Their window films will last for years and they will require little to no maintenance.
They guarantee a perfect job
You can be assured that your window films will be installed properly when you have professionals on the job.
They have the skills and techniques needed to ensure the films are applied without damage to your windows. Once installed, you’ll never have to worry about peeling, bubbling, or misaligned films.
During the installation process, you can relax and focus your attention on other, more important aspects of your business.
They comply with state regulations
While there are regulations on car window tinting, there aren’t many rules imposed on tinting for commercial or residential buildings.
There is, however, a set of guidelines for window tinting on buildings in the Safety Standard for Architectural Glazing Materials (CPSC 16 CFR 1201). The problem here is that you may not be sure if the films you pick meet these standards.
The window films installed by professionals will always meet these standards, so you won’t have to worry about any legal issues in the future.
They give you a good warranty
Professional services will always give you a good warranty, assuring you that they’ve done a perfect job and their products are of the highest quality. Some may even give you a lifetime warranty.
With this warranty, you’ll know you made a good investment.
Professional window tinting—you can never go wrong with them
Getting things done yourself may be cost-effective, even when a workplace is involved but many things could go wrong when you try to install window films by yourself—you may create more costs for your company.
When you have professionals handling the job, you can rest easy knowing your office windows are in good hands.